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Ever wonder what lightning on Earth looks like from space?

It’s been captured in Vine format, something astronauts on the ISS are mad for these days.

NASA ASTRONAUT REID Wiseman has posted, from space, this stunning Vine that shows lightning streaking across the globe.

Wiseman was already the first to person to post a Vine from space, and just last week captured some amazing shots of something that appeared to be Ireland, but couldn’t have been as there was next to no cloud-cover.

His latest video, which shows a lightning storm, is pretty surreal:

Source: Reid Wiseman

It’s unclear when the Vine is from, but the Houston area in the United States saw strong storms on Thursday:

- Pamela Engel. Additional reporting by Nicky Ryan.

Read: Hey, that’s us! Astronaut tweets shot of a (mostly) cloudless Ireland >

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